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Talent wanted for Tweed Fusion Weekend's Creative Trail

FESTIVAL FUN: Peita Gardiman and Duke Albada at Cabarita Beach for the Coastal creative trail.
FESTIVAL FUN: Peita Gardiman and Duke Albada at Cabarita Beach for the Coastal creative trail. John Gass

WITH plans for this year's Tweed Fusion Weekend well underway, organisers are seeking locals with creative talent.

Caba Creative is looking for more artists to join the Creative Trail, which will turn the Tweed Coast into an artistic paradise.

Caba Creative president Peita Gardiman said the trail would be a great experience for artists. 

"The Coastal Creative Trail is growing into an amazing day full of interactive artistic activities," Ms Gardiman said.

"It is a unique event completely organized, run and supported by passionate volunteers.

"We are still looking for more people to join our volunteer workforce to help make this event spectacular. There's a lot of people that are keen to be involved in creative activities but aren't artists or performers themselves so this is a great way to dip your feet into the arts.

"We're looking for volunteers to assist from one hour to all day."

Tweed Fusion will take place on October 4 and 5.

For more information, visit tweedfusion.com.au. To join the Creative Trail as an artist, contact Peita Gardiman at cabacreative@outlook.com



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